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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'age ft E LI: TITIUMIW B- HATLY 14, 1011. Record of all Live I Events of Interest to Western Can- ada Readers SAME LAWS Or WESTERN CANADA A licut little booklet, t-onipilcd Tor our customers and nif.de to fit the vest pockot, containinx game lau-s of .Manitoba, Sas- katchewan, Alberta. British Co- lumbia ami Ontario, also other iseful information to the sports- man. 'This liooklct "'ill be glad- ly mailed with our compliiueuts to any desiring same. Tile Can- adian Anas anil Sporting Goods Co., Winnipeg. THUMBNAIL SKETCH OF GIANTS t Whence lutil tlio Xew Voik National] baseball icaui, the inpn r.re ex- Iiectcrt' by tiic local entliusfvidts to drive tile world's ehamnicnshii) ITOH- NEW YORK WINS FIRST JAME-SCORE OF 2-1 Real Championship Ball put up-Pitchers' Battle Between Mathewson and Bender- Athletics Make Two Boots but Outhit the Winners-- Oldring's Batting The Cap For All Occasions, For work-days, as for play-days, an Eastern Brand cap'is just what gives you the most value in re- turn for youir money. They have fit, style, comfort and they keep their smart, natty lopk long after an ordinary cap would be .shabby. You can't dwbetter next pay day than to invest a little out of your envelope in an EasterriBmnd cap. Go to it! 3 nant hard ami fast to the pole at the Polo Grounds? They liorn in nine states and come of na- tionalities. The average age of the playere is a trifle over 1'fi years and their average terra of senice in Xew York uniforms runs a few mouths over four years. One looks in vain amon? the gal- axy stars for a native of Yo City. Only two were born withi boundaries of the Empire State. Foil, of the other eight states have con tributed two. of their best baseba.l lleros to make a New York pennant- winning Illinois, Ohio and California. The remaining four find birth places in Wisconsin, Indiana and the District or' Columbia. Christy Mathewsou, one of Jlc- Gra'.v's star twiriers, the greatest of all. many E-ay, is the team, with ten service t'o his irc-iiit. He overstops the second man Ames, by tiro years, while Wiltse and people camped out all flight against" the fences of the Poio Grounds to ob- .'a'iii the coveted bleacher seats placed on sale this morning. Down town speculators reaped a harvest and charged fabulous eleventh hour-prices of the teams, unless there are last minute changes by managers, fol- lows: ns. New was asainst when ,-.lced for chairs in the grand stand. Forty ceiititt field: Collins, second thousand.persons was the Xew York j "ase: Bakej-, third .base: Murphy, club's estimate of the number that i.iceu jjenuer. New left field: Doyle filed uut vo Oldring. Mathew- sc-cond base: Snodsrass. centre field: i SOJ1 fanned. The Indians pilclllii" mis .Murray, right field: AlBrkle. first i "wii'lfm to see, his curves 'brcakl hase: Herzog. third hase: Fletcher.'01'01' H'c udge of tho plate Devor shortstop: lleyers, cificher: Mathew-i Doyle filed out to Lord N son, pitcher. i runs. Phlladelphia-Loru, left Old-i FOURTH INNINGS saved a couple of runs being, scored. No runs. New grounded to Collins and .was out at firs-t. Matli- ewson singled. Devoro fanned. It was Bender's seventh strlkfi out. Uoyle out, Collln-j to Davis. No runs. vouiil pack the vast reaches of the Brush stadium to see the con- es'- Scores of people appeared at counterfeit tickets. in? seve" o'clock 500 persons wen in line behind tlie vanguard which had endured the all night vigil. Kight patrolmen, a sergeant and a police captain had been on duty all Bright and there was no disorder." At seven o'clock this morning I'OO ad- ditional patrolmen began to arrive, while 100 more held, in reserve i at nearby police stations. Philadelphla-Tho same so (ar re ngnt field: Davis.'first, base: Harry.'i il5elf into Pitchers' duel short stop: Thomas, catcher: Bender': "''iio I''ay in m'osress'ttere Pitcher. ;wcre lons niomeufj of intense silence .Only when a hit was made or there ;was some brilliant fielding play did 'i crowd vent its enthusiasm.'Alur- Davis out, Her- Aleyers. Davis veteran of the e" A strong armed siiuad of 7o men field. Snodgrass struck out. hitiilnd the hat and Hrennaa, right field, of the National League, and Connolly, left field, and Dineen. on base-3, of the American League. FIRST INNINGS struck out. Hit .llewscra's control was pel-foci, and i Oldrlng fanned. Collins Piled'out to j Devore. Athletics liu runs. j Ntw was out, Bender i took his hase to Davis. Doyle got a 'hit to uai's. after Bender had got i out. stealing seco-ad. I Uliy toiled out to ______. pvent out, Fletcher to Merkle. jj'a'ih" ewson worked his famous fadeaway [and mixed it .up with ins big drop ami high fa-it ones. Harry popped to Fletcher. No runs. Devlin tie for third honors, with sev- t detailed to report whten. the were "e, scored their only run Baker' a 6acrlfice ;l passed ball, and a sharp single by low: ea years each. .Meyers, the big In Davis, which brought Baker home. second, Thomas Hurray struck out. rims. SECOND INNINGS singled, to rlgiit field. .Murphy sacrificed, Malhewson to Jierkle. On a passed ball Baker Doyle .strikes oil him. I Snodgrass on th diaii catcher and heavy hitter" ,aiu: -Murray have been only two years with the team. Her- zog rejoined the team this year, but McGraiy bought.-him back in lltos and exchanged him two years later for Becker, of the Boston team. Fletcher has been two and i, half years wifh the team, while Josh De- yore, smallest and fastest player in tha big league, joined the pennant winners last year. The two years previous he spent with Utica and New ark. Lorry Doyle, captain of the National League leaders is 24 years' old. He was born in Cadeyville, 111., and has been four years with ihe New Yorks. Fletcher, 25 years old, was born in Collinavllle, III., llerzog-, 21. is a native of Baltimore, lid., Warren, Peuu., con- tributed Ames. He is 27 years old. Wiitse hails from Hamilton N. Y., He is 2S years of age. Merkje was born 23 years ago in Watertowri, Wis. Devore, youngest of the 1-1, was born in .Murray City, Ohio, less than 23 years ago. Crandall, 23, is a. native! of Wadina. Ind. -Devlin, who, with llathewson. claims sonority of age, is' 31 years old and was born in Wash- ington, D. C. JUarqnard, "the -SI'OOO first saw light in Cleveland Ohio. He is 23. Meyers, whose "ft or was a full blooded Indian ,v-" 2S years ago in Riverside, Ca. A base on balls for Suodgrass follow-! took'third: Baker scored on Davis' ed by an Infield 'out and an error by! single to left field. Harry out, Jlath: Cpllins seat the first Giant across the j to .Merkle, Davis -taking sec- plate in the fourth. The second run 'ond. Thomas out, Herzog to Jlerkle. came in the seventh when Devore 1 Athletics one run. drove .Meyers home .with a New Merkle out, .Collins to The Giants played errorless balL Davis. Herzog, ,who took' Fletcher's Bender struck out H men whrle Math- 3wsou fanned five. Xew York, Oct. 14., The October in beamed mellow in a sky veiled by position in the batting, order, went out when Barry threw him out at first. Fletcher str.uck out. New "York no runs. The.fourth bull hit ......-wrist. .Murray out i Collins to Davis, Snodgrass taking second on tire play.- Collins Tumbled Herzog's grounder ami Suodgrass' scored. struck out. New Vork one run. Total score: Phila- delphia 1; New York 1. FIFTH INNINGS: filed to De- vore. Bender singled Io centre. Mer- Me took Lord's grounder and forced out the Indian. Oldrjng doubled to right, Lord taking third. It was Old- fing's1 second smash. Mer- took Colllns'.-'gtqjindflr and touch-' ut. It i a close play and SIXTH INNINGS '.singled. Mur- Phy filed out to Suodgrass. Daker 3g Io .Merkle. No runs. New hit Snodgrass. Murray sacrificed Snodgrass to sec- ond. Hurray out. Jierkle str.uck oirt, while Snodgrass stole third, Baker dropping Thomas' throw. Daker wns spiked In the arm. Herzog walked. On an attempted double steal Shod- gras-3 out at plate. runs. SEVENTH INNINGS struck out and Thomas flied to Snodgrass. -Bander ut, Fletcher to Merkle. No rims. New grounded to 'avis, out. doubled to left. Fntliewsou struck out. ..Meyers scor- d on Devore's double to left. Doyle alked. Snodgrnss fanned, Score: thlerics 1: New York 2. EIGHTH INNINGS fanned. Oldrlng flied to Devore. Collins out, llathew- son -to Merklo. No runs. New fHed to Lord beat out a Bunt. Hcrzo fanned. Fletcher flied to .Murphj No runs. _: INNINGS grounded io Merkle. Murphy filed to 'Meyers. Da vis out. Fletcher to Merkle. No r.itns Final Ppadolphii 3 New York 000 100 i Bender, -and -Mathewson ;and .Meyers. BRAND CAPS OLD COUNTRY London, following are results of big league football games. Played this afternoon: Firtt Dlviiion Blackburn Rovers. 3, Aston Villa j- "ury 0, Manchester United 1- Ever- ton 1, Ojdham Athletic 1; Manchester l-ily 3, Bokou i: Mitldlcs- borough '2, Tottenham Hotspur (I- Notts County Preston 2, Sheffield 2, Liverpool 2, Sunderland 1, Newcastle Ualted 2 West Brbmwich Albion 0; Shef- 1; Bristol Q'tj- 2, Oainiborough Trin. ly 0: Chelsea 2, Notts Forest 0- Uuption Orient I, Orimsby Town o: C.lossori 1, Stockport County 1- dorsfield Town i, Wolverhamplot, "anderers l; HuII City 0, Derbv Coutlty o. Soirthern League Plymouth Argyle t, Brighton and Wove Albion 0; Southampton 1, stoke 0; Crystal Palace-3. Coventry Citv 0- Noi-n'lcl, City 2, Luyton 0: Heading ;J' Northampton 0; Watford 2, Swlnfloii Town 0; Now Brompton vs Bristol Hovers, postponed: -Exeter City Weatham United 3; Brentford 3, Jlil'l! or Bml Park 0 1 -1 Arsenal 1, field United 1, Wolwich Bradford City 0 Second BarnBley 2, Fulhnm 2; Birmingham Leicester Fosse 0: Blackpool ;i, Leedg Cit> 0, Bradford 2, Btirnlay rs 2, Luton 2. Rugby United Service, 11, London Welsh Old Lcyslans 11, London Scottish Cardiff is, Swansea, Leicester Iti, Northampton 3; Newport 0, Black- liealb 6; Bristol 11, Penylan B- Ph-. mouth 3, Rcdruth 3; Harlctinin Uichniond 3. players participated in the series of the team last won the championship nennant. They are Mathewson, Ames, Devlin and U'iltse. Mathewson is the only man on the team who was there wlien John .Mr- Graw took over the reins of manage- batters in (he.-National league an array of clean blows. "Meyers is of the Delehanty type, which is fast disappearing from the big league.. He is too heavy to get WHAT McGRAW SAYS OF MEYERS up much speed sprint to first base. He seldom or never beats out infield hits as'the fast men do every day. Nearly, every bing that the .Chief g-ets is; hit dn the line to left lor ceiitre or. through the box or short (so fast and so heavy that'll cannot be handled. Just think of a man leading the league on such hits that in this day of the fast man." "Meyers is one of the gamesr. men that ever played ball for aays ..McC.raw, and-though he makes mls- jtakes sometimes because lie plays so 'earnestly, he has shown me that he jean be depended upon in GOOD RACES AT HIGH RIVER FAIR The first day High River air constated principally, and in fact The NUTTY STUFF Cloak makers were playing their regular little game of pinochle on .the boat while riding down to the .Seaside. It was Sara'u deal hut he gazing at the blue stack before him. Moe, anxious for the j the hibje and yelled, "Sammy Ilze yourself, realize make a wake Sam came.to and chirp- ed. "I was Long Branch bought the- beaches would Avon-by-the You need this coatpne walkPff-r drive' skate or walk, the most usefuhtem of your wardrobe will be one of the EXAMINE one at your local merchant's and you will ngree that nothing you own is more .beautifully made nor more exquisitely finished fry ono on, mid you see that it has the snug, stylish fit your taste exacts. Subject it to hard wear and learn that it'retains its new, smart shapeliness. It must do that, for our Pen-Angle knitting process shapes tnesc improved sweater coats into permanent fit. Thus they cannot become saggy or ill-fitting, as many garments do that resemble them in appearance only-when brand-new. You will be lastingly satisfied with the sweater coat that tears this trademark. 78 MADE BY Penmans Limited _ PAKIS, CANADA Knit Underwear, Hosiery and T.r I.C., worn, aid childrn entirely, so far as thY 'p bli were concerned, of rares, and it is pity that seeing that the track is so good at High River and that'the town bears such a reputation among light horsemen that the arrangBmenla. for the races were so poor To .begin with there was a long and fin- ally entries werj taken for'the races' which shoti'M have ..been done ilm night before. ejaecreinry' of lair dees not the rac'iag end of it, let the directors appoint, a commiltee-ajid a coinjwten! secretary .6 look after this. Why' is it that at he majority of country fairs the rac- ng arrangements are' so'bad. If 'jt vaa a baseball i or lacrosse game ev: rythingiwould'be properly arranged 'esterday there wera not'even flagi io start the runners, or weighing scales or blackboard Io. let the "people know the nanws of the horses. It 'was. poor compliment to the outside1 judges to bring them to High Illver to find matter.) so primitive. The crowd was small and it was a pity that two or three of the events which wore of much interest were not put forward to the second day's program; The results were as.f'ol- iows: Named trot, or 'II., T Matheson, I: Midway Olrl.'F.W. tag's i; lied Bali, J. 3. It took a long time-to get this race soing. Later in tho day Topsy II an exhibition mile, breaking th< track record. Ben. Abdell, j. Stilwell i P. W.'jugs 3____I In the second heat Minnie S. broke, otherwise'she" would h.ive'won out. This wns a very sporty contest. Mr. Ings withdrew Lilian after the first lieat. Running, half mile Bo- land (yandusenj H.'West, 1; Goddess of Morn (McDonald) J. There was considerable manoeuvr- 'for the start hut- David Boland got the beat.of it each, time and won more easily the second .bent God- dess of .Morn WHS "giving away about ten pounds: One mile-and a quarter dash, gen- tlemen drivers, for cup and purse, Ibs. King, J. R. Glenbow Uidy. R. Von Slralendorff, Grey Cloud, ill. Hendrie, 3. Grey CJo.ud speedily opene'd a foil ength and came on from Ranch ting and Gienbow Lady for half th, whore Knnche King' drew longaide the leader and aoon after aking the lead, won easily by three lengths from Gienbow Lady. iGrey Cloud raced well for second hul compounded before entering the home stretch. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAVE INSTALLED. IN-THtEIR VAObT A NJtjIT QF 's SAFETY, DEPOSIT BOXES IF YOU HAVE ANY.! TITLE DEEDS. MORTGAGES, INSURANCE OR OTHER VALUABLES SHOULD BE LODCKD IN ONE OP THEM fOf ruRTMEB INFORMATION APPLY TO Lethbridge Branch C G. L Nourse. Mgr. Farmers' running race, 54-mlls for green I leather v (Oil- son) H. Heart, i: Montana (Owner) .1. Harper, 2: Strnthblane (Owner) R McComblc, 3. ran. Won easily. Pony (Smith) li. Von Strnhsndorf, I; Kirst Principal (McDonald) M. Meiidrlc, 2. Four ran. A good race. First Prhi; clpal was In front till the last turn Cantata got the Better of him ind won by, two lengths. Onnl.leman'.s race to buggy, mile Iratits, best, two In three: ,M1nnle-a., A. K. Hunter 3 j. McGRAW WILL USE ALL HIS TRICKS "I really believe tile coming world's championship series between the Gi- ants and the. Athletics h) going to re- sult in one of the greatest tusaels ever before witnessed." says Hal Chase, manager of the Now York Americans. "I would like Io see Connie Mack and ilia men win. I. believe the Glnnla arc going to give (hem the hardest (ind of a rub for the possession of each game. If Mathewson and Mar- luard-aro in good shape the Gianls are very dangerotia. Then again Manager McGraw knows baseball from to Z and Is sure to put Into 'cx- every clever trick he knows, 'he wonderful base stealing of the Jlants should be an important faclor n the games. Tho At'lilctlcs are Ittors, while they not have stol- n many bases us the Oiants thip eakon, they ucvcrfnelcas should show p Wfll with the stick." OF CANADA Mail Your Deposits to iis, with your Pass- book and we will return the book, wntteu up. When you wish to withdraw Money, mail us the Pass-book, say how much you want, and we will send it to you at once. If you are far from a Banking Town joti will find this service of ours a great convenience, Call and see our er about it. i i Iftln Offle. cor. Round a ItiO. R. TINNING, Miniatr. H. Roich, Acting Qrttiy W. Uickhirdt, M.n.gtr. INCORPORATED HEAD OFf ICE, MONTREAL 'Capital, Paifl Up iEcservc Fund 83 BRANCHES IN CANADA AND AGENTS AND POHRES-1 PONDBNTS IN ALL PARTS OP THE DOMINION SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of. fl antl'upwards received. Interest from date ot.deposit at highest current rate. 'Thli.Dank endeavors Io give prompt ------lion to all builncts untl Invites nil Intelligent your account. Johnson, Manager.- ;